The project successfully delivered its objectives by undertaking a thorough research and design process. By focusing more on who the project helps and why—i.e. the users—CCI delivered a more human-centred design focusing on the impact on people. By understanding the constraints and requirements, resulting solutions were tailored to the needs of users and key stakeholders.
Working from the ‘bottom-up,’ research was undertaken to understand the requirements of LEAs and security policy makers involved in addressing high impact crime and the problems surrounding it. Following the research, the project analysed findings, generated insight and defined solutions.
The CCI Consortium of Partners have created prototypes and test the toolkits that have come about as a result of the design development process. Once they were tested, the toolkits were refined and demonstrated in an operational setting. They are now available here.
LEAs in Europe need to work towards a more strategic, proactive crime prevention approach and not simply rely on reactive crime reduction projects to tackle problems after they emerge. The design of the project and the toolkits help deliver a more proactive model.
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